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Published June 7, 2005

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Yearling bears released into Book Cliffs


Children of the volunteers working on the bear release project open the cages containing the orphaned yearlings in the Book Cliffs of Utah. Many youth were allowed to help return the 14 black bears to the wild on June 2 during the largest bear rel...

Repeat fire hits lumberyard


A Wellington firefighter works on a smoky fire at the Lower Miller Creek Lumberyard on Monday afternoon. Another fire nearly two years ago burned a trailer, lumber and some equipment in almost the same location. Units from Wellington and Price respon...

Scofield committee challenges county's tax funding decision


When Carbon commissioners approved the county's quarterly restaurant tax allocations in mid-May, the officials denied a funding request from the planning committee for Scofield's Pleasant Valley Days....

Carbon County registers expanding employment


Carbon County posted 1.4 percent employment expansion in April. The latest data compiled by the Utah Department of Workforce Services indicated that 8,648 residents were working in Carbon County during April 2005, compared to 8,531 last year....

The perfect perch


A sparrow sits on the top of the sculpture of the dinosaur in front of the College of Eastern Utah last Tuesday morning. Judging by what has been deposited there, a lot of birds use the two fighting reptiles likenesses as a perch fairly often. The vi...

Savage employees rush to assist at scene of traffic accident on Nine Mile Road


Savage employees and members of Wellington and Carbon County emergency services survey the scene of a June 3 traffic accident on Nine Mile Road. A Savage tractor-trailer driver reportedly swerved to miss colliding with a second truck that had apparen...

Crystal Apple Awards


Lisa Behling, Southeastern Utah Teacher-of-the-Year, Ferron Elementary, Lynda Nelson - Emery County Teacher-of-the-Year, Cottonwood Elementary, Madelaine Nyffeler - Carbon County,Teacher-of-the-Year, Mont Harmon Junior High....

Energy symposium to take place June 16 at CEU


Exploration for gas reserves is one of the main energy activites today.

WAAIME Gives $3,000 in Scholarships


Norma Procarione and Gail Lafrentz present a WAAIME scholarship to Carson Pollastro.

Utah considers increasing state's minimum wage


Utah Power customers residing in Carbon County should not expect any special concessions that would lower monthly electricity bills after MidAmerican Energy Holdings Company takes control of PacifiCorp....

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